Andy Warhol Posters You May Not Have Seen Before – 8 Sizzling Picks
“Which Andy Warhol posters would YOU choose for your apartment?” I asked an artsy-creative 20-year-old buddy of mine. In response, I got a list of Warhol’s posters that I had not given much notice before.Andy Warhol Poster Picks – 5 Warhol Posters Sure to Set You Apart From the Crowd
No doubt about it. My Andy Warhol poster favorites are the weird ones. Well, maybe not weird as much as unusual.
What do we think of when we think of expressionism? We vaguely realize that it is the name of an art movement, basically centered in Germany post-World War I, yet the root word, ‘expression’, remains topmost and we look to that word for our first information about the movement. An expression is centered on the human face, changing its shape according to its mood, eyebrows lifting to question, chin quivering in sadness, mouth turning up at the corner for a full-on smile.Popular Culture Arts – As Interpreted by a Renowned Digital Artist
The phrase “Spinning Pop” generally refers to iconic people, places and events of our day – Popular culture arts which can be recorded visually through daily compilations of manipulated digital images. The resulting images are posted online and disseminated via online media and social networks. The work is diaristic in nature, intended to metaphorically record a spectator’s experience of the contemporary digital age from a popular culture arts perspective.Drawing Cartoons For Beginners – How to Get a Head of Your Comic Book Characters (Pro Tip Revealed)
Measuring “heads” is a way to keep the height of your characters consistent. This is an important principle to use, especially in “group shots” and environments like a city street or hallway. Rather than measuring in feet or inches, or meters and centimeters, you take the rough size of the head and use that to roughly size out the torso, hips, and legs.